Monday, August 13, 2012

Tracey Moberly’s TWEET-ME-UP! – Tate Modern :: Aug 24

Tate Modern

Tracey Moberly kindly invited Evan Wilder to help get artists involved for her show involving mass participation, TWEET-ME-UP! at Undercurrent: Young People’s Festival at Tate Modern’s The Tanks: Art In Action. London.

Cloud People contributed 2 new installments in the Wild & Shit series: #17 PLUR & #19 Whistlin’ Wild.

At Work supplied the new video to “Indiscernible Structures”—a song from the latest album, A Very Slow Collapse.
Tate Modern The Tanks Tracey Moberly Tweet Me Up
Photo: Tate Modern

The show is one day only, August 24, and runs from 11am till 5pm at Tate Modern’s new space, The Tanks.

Tracey Moberly Text-Me-Up!

Tracey Moberly’s latest book, TEXT-ME-UP!
published by Beautiful Books.

Also participating: Alka, Drexciyan DJ Stingray, The Multi-Purpose Solution, Phil Ritz, Jason Carr, Maya Moksha, Dev79, Chris Moss Acid, Reggie Watts, Marie A. Roberts, David Liebe Hart, C Sides, Helium Ointment, and Calla Donofrio amongst many others.

Tracey Moberly’s official site
TWEET-ME-UP! at The Tanks, Tate Modern

Top 5 solipsistic NATION


What is solipsistic NATION?

solipsistic NATION is a weekly one hour program that features the best of all genres of electronic music. Regular segments include concerts, label showcases, documentaries and interviews with filmmakers, festival organizers, app developers and other people make up the electronic music community.
If NPR produced a show about electronic music I would imagine it would sound a lot like solipsistic NATION.
Subscribe to solipsistic NATION in iTunes.
These are currently the most downloaded editions of solipsistic NATION.
  1. solipsistic NATION No. 123: Amon Tobin Live (38,367)
  2. solipsistic NATION No. 245: Epiphyte (25,702)
  3. solipsistic NATION No. 242: alka, merohedra, Alexei Borisov and 80(sun), Live (11,724)
  4. solipsistic NATION No. 33: 3rd Stone From The Sun (11,176)
  5. solipsistic NATION No. 82: Amon Tobin (10,601)

Mix by Disia from Moscow - Russian Federation

Featuring tracks by Helios, Plaid, Telefon Tel Aviv, Alka, Hecq, Björk and more
Mix by Disia from Moscow - Russian Federation

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

MH-284 Zoon van snooK - (Remixes From) The Nutty Tree

MH-284 Zoon van snooK - (Remixes From) The Nutty Tree

Featuring: tunng, Daedelus, Yppah, Grasscut, Kirkland (Cian Ciaran of Super Furry Animals, Alka, Woos, Fujiya & Miyagi, Lost Idol, Corduroi and Ape School.

Download from iTunes or physical CD available from Mush Records.

Stream the whole LP from Mush Records:

Free: 'Lomograph' (Fujiya & Miyagi Remix):

Free: Yppah remix, 4 other free downloads, 2 videos and a screensaver for subscribers to the FREE 'Zoon-nooZ' letter:

Please support independent music and spread the word if you deem worthy.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Jack Lane | Full Color Emotion electronic music compilation

This Audio Visual Compilation is dedicated
to the memory of Neil Davies .. He left us
in 2006 .. Never Forgotten ..

A special thank you to all artists involved
And especially to David Kira who once again, made this all possible .. Thank you Brother!

Aiora Dimitris Manos (Aiora)
Aðalsteinn Guðmundsson (Yagya)
Bryan Alka (Alka)
Maurizio Giambrone (Leren)
Karl Endreson (Orange Crush)
Pan & Óskar Thorarensen (Stereo Hypnosis)
Eric Watson (Lunar Testing Lab)
Jonas Thor Gudmundsson (Ruxpin)
Devin Underwood (Drexon Field
Pascal L. Asselin (Millimetrik)
Andrea Messina (I'm An Egg)
Sam Knowles (Karma Kid)

Download All Visuals @

Streaming Visuals @


released 31 March 2012 
Jack Lane | Full Color Emotion, Sites 

Artist Links 

Orange Crush | 
Stereo Hypnosis | 
Drexon Field | 
Millimetrik | 
Karma Kid |

Friday, February 24, 2012

Stanisława P Jul 13 1913 filmed ectoplasm

Selected frames from Albert Freiherr von Schrenck-Notzing's cinematographic film taken on 13th of July 1913 of Stanisława P emitting oral ectoplasm. The bright flash from the photographic process caused the sensitive substance to retreat back into Stanisława, which is what you are viewing here. The complete film is archived at the University of Freiburg at the Institute of Parapsychology.

This particular film shows a more agonizing effect on the medium as compared to an earlier film archived HERE.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Grand Lodge Room of the New Masonic Hall

Max Rosenthal. Grand Lodge Room of the New Masonic Hall, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Chromolithograph. Philadelphia: Louis N. Rosenthal, 1855.

Thursday, January 5, 2012